Britannica’s new CEO wants to hear from you!

Britannica’s new CEO wants to hear from you!

School may be winding down for the holidays, but here at Britannica we are ramping up for an exciting 2018. As Encyclopaedia Britannica Group’s newly appointed Global Chief Executive Officer, I’m proud to launch us into our 250th anniversary year.

Given the global push to transform education and the eroding public trust in the quality and veracity of information on the Internet, Team Britannica would like to join forces with consumers and public and private entities to make a positive difference. I invite you to join us on that journey.

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About The Author

Karthik Krishnan

Chief Executive Officer - Britannica Group

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